The Duke University AIDS Research and Treatment (DART) Center offers a number of helpful programs beyond clinical treatment, ranging from supportive services for patients and family members to educational programs, legal assistance, and an endowment fund.
Click a program for more information for more information about what Duke offers, who provides the service, and where to receive help.
If you are a patient at the Duke Infectious Disease Clinic, or have family, friends, or care providers who need help or advice, you can talk to a counselor who will understand and help with the problems you may be facing.
Partners in Caring
This program aims to eliminate (or at least minimize) personal and spiritual isolation that may be felt by AIDS/HIV patients and their families by addressing both individual and faith-based needs.
AIDS Legal Assistance Project
This program provides legal assistance for indigent HIV/AIDS patients in the state of North Carolina.
Community Advisory Board
Serves people living with AIDS/HIV by educating the community through outreach programs, promoting positive relationships between the DART Center and the community, and more.
The John Bartlett Care Fund Endowment
Administered by the clinic, the fund is used to assist AIDS/HIV patients in need with expenses such as food, medications, housing, transportation, utility bills, and educational materials. All donations go to patient needs.
Several clinical trials are available for patient with AIDS.